What Norway should do on human rights

Norwegian NGO’s have made recommendations to their government regarding human rights and Norways foreign policy. The organisations have focused on 19 countries as well as 19 different topics. The increase of human rights violations after 11 September is of particular concern. (7 March 2002)

Some governments cynically try to take advantage of the struggle against terrorism to justify or intensify their own crackdowns on political opponents or religious groups. This is one of the main concerns of Norwegian human rights organisations. In March 2002, they delivered their recommendations to the Norwegian government on foreign policy priorities in 2002. The document contains recommendations on 19 countries and 19 topics.  

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